We offer probate valuation service in all Rutland areas including – Barrowden Bisbrooke Braunston Caldecott Clipsham Egleton Empingham IT G Provide probate valuations in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
Probate valuation reports will be prepared within 5 days of our valuer’s visit and will provide a clear indication of the market value of each item within the estate. The valuation report will include images with clear and accurate descriptions enabling quick identification of items of value.
Chattels Gallery Guide
The items pictured below are just a small sample of similar items recently valued by ITG probate valuations. The gallery will hopefully be
helpful & educational in demonstrating the wide array of antiques, collectibles & everyday objects we value on a daily basis. A 9ct gold and garnet three stone ring, interspersed with two pairs of tiny garnets. A pair of silver plated domed shaped oval covers, with engraved decoration and gadroon border 35cm. A Victorian silver plated table stand with circular mirrored top, sloping border decorated with fruiting vines, raised on four shell feet. A 1950’s 9 carat gold gentleman’s Rolex wristwatch, with matt cream dial, Arabic numerals and triangular markers, with minute track having second subsidiary dial to 6 o’clock with gilt arrow hands, on strap with additional Rolex yellow metal buckle marked 9ct. An 18th century Sheffield silver plated samovar, with embossed floral and scroll cartouche, monogrammed, with green stained bone handles on square base. A 19th Century tipstaff surmounted by a brass crown with red velvet infill, mahogany handle and brass ring end, 6.5ins. An Edwardian oak tantalus, with three pressed glass decanters, 30cm high including handle. An Edwardian Sheraton revival oval mahogany and inlaid tray, with marquetry shell on hare wood ground, cross banded gallery, with two brass handles. An Art Nouveau silver plated pedestal bowl, with cranberry glass liner and floral embossed detail. A Victorian silver fob watch, with enamel dial and Roman numerals, the case dated Birmingham 1882, and a silver Albert watch chain with spinner fob set with agates, with a thin chain necklet with two charms. A mid 20th Century gentleman’s stainless steel Baume wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, contained in a plain 34mm case. A green painted overmantel mirror, the shaped cresting moulded with “Prince of Wales Feathers” and oval leaf paterae, the sides with open leaf scroll ornament and the frieze with applied oval leaf paterae. A George II mahogany occasional table, circa 1750, the circular tilt top above birdcage, turned pillar and tripod base. A late Victorian collection of sixty mineral specimens, with description and area of collection, contained in a mahogany box with three drop-in sectional card trays. A mahogany and inlaid library bookcase, in George III style, early 20th century, the moulded cornice above four astragal glazed doors opening to adjustable shelves, the lower section with drawers above four brass grille panelled cupboard doors, on bracket feet. A pair of late 19th Century Swedish brass candlesticks of 16th Century design, by Gusums Bruk. An early 20th century silver plated biscuit box, with embossed floral scroll detail, the two sides opening with pierced dividers. A pair of 19th century French bronze Renaissance style candlesticks, each with a triform base cast with mythical figures. A 19th Century Coalport porcelain oval basket, with a high handle and encrusted with flowers, on a green and gilt ground. A mid Victorian turned wood truncheon, painted with a crown over the “VR” cipher on a black ground. Similar Posts: